Indian Navy in the Market For New ASW Helicopters

July 2004
Sea Power;Jul2004, Vol. 47 Issue 7, p45
Reports on the Indian Navy's issuance of a request for tender for up to 20 helicopters to replace its aging fleet of Augusta Westland Sea King helicopters by the end of June 2004. Interest in the Eurocopter AS 565 Cougar, Augusta Westland EH-101 and the NH Industries NH-90; Requirements for the ASW helicopter indicated in the tender.


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